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Europe's Mars spacecraft possibly exploded on impact

Here to aid is the photo you see below contrasted with a previous one: two new items are visible in it, one thought to be Schiaparelli's crash site and the other to be its parachute. Although Schiaparelli is gone, its companion probe, the Trace Gas Orbiter, is in good health and tracing an eccentric orbit around Mars. Two days after the European Space Agency's Schiaparelli lander was scheduled to touch down softly on Martian soil, the agency confirmed the spacecraft hit the surface at a ...

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Karan Johar 'stressed out' and said all what he feels: Farah

Pakistan on Wednesday imposed a blanket ban on Indian shows on its television networks and radio stations, a day after one of India's top film directors vowed not to hire actors from Pakistan in response to a major Indian cinema group's declaration that it would not screen films with Pakistani casts.

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Trump Goes on Offensive Against Sexual Misconduct Allegations

If so, might Trump's core supporters - smaller than the usual winning coalition - be enough to nip Clinton? Yet early voting numbers, Democratic enthusiasm and historical trends show that approach isn't likely to help Trump. Donald Trump contends he doesn't know and never even met some of the women accusing him of sexual assault. Roger Stone, a longtime Trump friend, explained the candidate's emphasis.

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Ausgrid $16bn deal a win, win, win: Baird

AustralianSuper chief executive Ian Silk praised the NSW government for its "willingness to harness superannuation money to drive positive outcomes for the state". A consortium of equal representation of IFM Investors and AustralianSuper has bought a 50.4 per cent interest in a 99-year lease of Ausgrid for $16.2 billion.

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Social Security recipients to get historically low 0.3% raise next year

Based on the now monthly social security payment of $1,238, the increase amounts to $4 a month. Social Security announced other changes Tuesday. For some beneficiaries, their Social Security increase may be partially or completely offset by increases in Medicare premiums, the SSA said.

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Sprint Cup Series: Talladega will determine the round of eight on Sunday

Johnny Sauter , who's now sixth, has a win and three top-five finishes in seven races at Talladega . No matter what Harvick and Johnson do, there will be plenty of urgency in Sunday's race, enough to make for mesmerizing TV. Since he's done it once, he's confident he can do it again. We're gonna go out there and race hard because that's what we know how to do when we come to speedways.

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Clinton and Trump trade insults over dinner

After letting that vow hang in the air for a few seconds, he added, "if I win". Putting aside his mocking tone, Trump said he would accept "a clear election result" but reserved his right to "contest or file a legal challenge" if he lost on November 8.

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U.K. Prime Minister's Brexit Concession Leads Pound Higher

Opposition lawmakers -and some from May's Conservative Party - say Parliament should be given a say in approving Britain's negotiating terms with the European Union before talks begin. Tories opposed to a hard Brexit were thought to be ready to ally with Labour MPs to back the motion, risking an embarrassing defeat for the government.

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Briferendum aftermath series eu likely to present tough brexit talks

Tusk said some compared it to "entering the lion's den". UKIP Euro MP Mike Hookem said: "This is yet another petty attempt by European Union officials to frustrate the Brexit process and make the negotiations as hard as possible". She told Mr. Juncker the United Kingdom would "need to see controls on the numbers of people who come to Britain from Europe, as well as a positive outcome for those who wish to trade in goods and services", according to a official form the prime minister's office.

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Typhoon Haima barrels into China triggering flooding, landslides

Chinese meteorological services said the typhoon made landfall shortly after noon in the city of Shanwei in Guangdong province, packing winds of up to 166 km/h before weakening to a tropical storm. It has made landfall near Shanwei in China's southern Guangdong province, according to the Hong Kong Observatory . Trading in Hong Kong's stock market was halted Friday and classes in the city's schools were suspended.

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Donald Trump's comment on rigging of Presidential election is unsafe: Barack Obama

Obama said. She's not only twice as popular as Trump, he's also effectively inviting Michelle Obama to take on an even higher profile, defending Clinton (which hurts Trump) and criticizing him (which also hurts Trump). She also elicited her fair share of awkward moments as she brought up sexual assault allegations surrounding Mr Trump and his alleged admiration for Russian president Vladimir Putin.

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Unemployment rates rose in 3 of 8 USA swing states last month

The U.S. unemployment rate for September was 5 percent, up from 4.9 percent in August and down from 5.1 percent in September 2015. Although Marion County saw a small unemployment rate increase in September compared to August, there were still more people employed.

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Trump gains on Clinton despite furor over women, election comments

As much as most voters like Clinton's policies ― her support for health care, education and women's rights, among other things ― they see her as the two-faced, manipulative engineer of a corrupt bargain between politics and corporate money.

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Courts aiding India become arbitration friendly: CJI

The conference is being organised jointly by the NITI Aayog, Ministry of Law and Justice, National Legal Services Authority, International Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution and Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion. Indian courts have often been criticized for excessive intervention. India is seeking to become a successful worldwide arbitration hub and also hosted a mega global summit in Delhi which had participation from various worldwide centres of arbitration.

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Trump recovers slightly in Virginia, but still trails Clinton by double digits

It also shows Independents are leaning toward Clinton, with 44 percent now supporting her. It has a margin of error of plus or minus 3.9 percent. This compares with the 21 percent of Independents who said in previous polls that they would support Clinton.

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Judge rejects riot charge against journalist covering pipeline protest

A North Dakota judge on Monday dismissed the criminal charges that had been filed against a journalist over her reporting on a controversial oil pipeline project. Reposted with permission from our media associate Democracy Now! Tribe spokesman Steve Sitting Bear disagreed, telling reporters that security dogs bit six protesters and a young child.

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Obama's final state dinner came with dad jokes and a "pasta pillow"

This breathtaking getup was custom-designed for her by Donatella Versace, who was "humbled and honored" to have the opportunity to dress the First Lady. Obama welcomed Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi to the White House and said he felt a little "bittersweet" about Tuesday night's formal dinner.

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Indiana unemployment rate stays at 4.5 percent in September

Denair had a rate of 4.3 percent, which is a drop from the 4.5 percent posted in August. The unemployment rate for the city of El Paso was the same as the unemployment rate for the state of Texas (4.9%); but higher than the National unemployment rate (4.8%).

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Donald Trump jokes he'll accept election results 'if I win'

But, of course, this year's candidates have no comedy chops. "You know, the one Vladimir Putin rides around", said Clinton. "For example, here she is tonight in public, pretending not to hate Catholics". Despite some predictably acidic atmosphere, Cardinal Timothy Dolan - Ballwin native, Cardinals fan and archbishop of NY - was not called into blessed peacemaking duties Thursday night.

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Massive Cyber Attacks In US: Attack Staged Through Millions Of Vulnerable Gadgets

It was a temporary moment of panic for many USA internet users when multiple websites were unavailable Friday following a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on one of the web's largest internet performance management companies.

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Gold falls on dollar's strength; set for first weekly gain in four

It was set to end the week up almost 1 per cent. USA gold futures were up 0.2 per cent at $1,271.80 an ounce. Demand from India is expected to remain elevated as festivals, including Dhanteras and Diwali, will be celebrated at the end of the month - two of the most important Hindu festivals and a time when gold is traditionally given as a gift, Commerzbank analysts said.

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Tennessee preliminary unemployment rate up in September

Nationally, hiring in the USA slowed for a fourth straight month in September as employers added an estimated 156,000 nonfarm payroll jobs, according to data released earlier this month. The bay area's unemployment rate rose from 4.6 percent to 4.7 percent. Unfortunately, the unemployment rate is dropping because the size of the state's workforce is shrinking.

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Hundreds evacuated from London airport after 'chemical incident'

Paul Green, assistant director of operations for London Ambulance Service said his staff had treated 26 people at the airport and taken two others to hospital after they experienced breathing difficulties. About 500 people were evacuated from the east London airport after some passengers felt unwell. "The people behind the desk were coughing the most and quite aggressively", he said.

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Pedestrian killed by city bus near Battery Tunnel

Friday, police said. Witnesses were frantically trying to get the bus driver's attention, before he eventually stopped. Passengers and bystanders alerted the driver, saying they thought the bus had hit something. The woman suffered severe trauma to her head and body and was pronounced dead on the scene. "I said it doesn't look like a prank, it looks human". "I wasn't sure.

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British American Tobacco offers $47bn for Reynolds American

London-based BAT offered Friday to buy the 57.8 percent of Reynolds it doesn't already own for the equivalent of $56.50 per share, 20 percent more than Thursday's closing price. The company has struggled with declining tobacco volumes as well as slowing sales of e-cigarettes, although the U.S.is still seen as an attractive market for tobacco companies, with demand stronger than it has been in decades.

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Nintendo takes on Sony and Microsoft with new console

While Nintendo didn't go into the specs of the console, the trailer revealed quite some details about the company's new console, including some of the games coming to the Switch and its third-party developers . Or, if preferred, the gamer can select an optional Nintendo Switch Pro Controller to use instead of the Joy-Con controllers. For games, the Switch uses cartridges that look more or less like the same ones you pop into the DS.

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Verizon Google Pixel 128GB Smartphone Already Sold Out

According to a support page on Google's website , Google has revealed that its Pixel phones are guaranteed to receive Android updates for at least 2 years from when the device wa made available in the Google Store. You can enroll in the Android Beta Program and then get updates over the air. The factory images and OTA files are now live! On top of that, there's an updated SDK and tools, documentations, samples, and emulators plus device system images for running apps on supported devices.

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Nissan completes takeover of Mitsubishi, keeps embattled chief

MMC will also become part of the global Alliance with Nissan and Renault. What Renault has done to Nissan can be surely repeated with Mitsubishi, as Renault SA and Nissan is now among the top largest automobile groups of the world in terms of volume sales counting to 10 million vehicles per year.

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Judge dismisses riot charges against Democracy Now! cofounder Amy Goodman

Paul, Minnesota. Erickson has said he finds no distinction between Goodman and demonstrators now facing charges. "We want reporters to report the news whether we agree with their politics". Observing that State's Atty. "She's a protester, basically", he told the Tribune after the trespassing charges were filed. "That's fine, but it doesn't immunize her from the laws of her state", Erickson said.

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Christie denies he knew about lane closures

Prosecutors have charged Kelly and Bill Baroni, a former executive of the Port Authority of NY and New Jersey and a Christie appointee, with creating massive traffic gridlock in Fort Lee, New Jersey , as payback after Fort Lee's Democratic mayor, Mark Sokolich, refused to back Christie's 2013 re-election campaign.

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Google Wallpapers app from Pixel smartphone hit Play Store

Additionally, Android 7.1 also introduces circular app icon support , enhanced live wallpaper metadata, and image keyboard support , the latter of which Google says was "much-requested" by developers. We've opened up publishing on Google Play for apps targeting the new API level, so you can update your apps soon as you are ready. According to Google's support site , both the Pixel and Pixel XL will get Android version updates for at least two years from when the phones became ...

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Samsung Chief Apologises For Galaxy Note 7 Crisis

In September, the company recalled about 2.5 million Note 7 devices after complaints of overheating and exploding batteries. Interestingly though, despite the issuing of a second recall, it would appear many Galaxy Note 7 owners are in open rebellion; user statistics for activated Galaxy Note 7 phones have continued to rise.

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What Do Analysts Think Of Costco Wholesale Corporation (NASDAQ:COST)?

Bank of Montreal Can purchased a new position in Costco Wholesale Corp . during the second quarter worth $114,769,000. Stralem & Co. Inc. boosted its stake in Costco Wholesale Corp.by 1.8% in the third quarter. A number of other research analysts have also issued reports on COST. Moreover, Gerstein Fisher has 0.03% invested in Costco Wholesale Corporation (NASDAQ:COST) for 1,601 shares.

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Venezuela braces for turbulence after recall is stalled

We don't want a social explosion, but what can we do if they steal our constitutional right?" he added, urging the armed forces to defend the constitution. Venezuela's electoral authority had already said there would be no such vote this year. Henrique Capriles, leader of the opposition said that the officials were "pushing toward a very unsafe scenario in which the crisis worsens".

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Skyrim may not make it to the Nintendo Switch after all

There were rumours of both had a handheld console and a traditional one plugged into a TV - and, on the basis of the trailer, the Switch appears to be both. Thus, the company seems to suggest that the dock does not contain elements that give extra power to Nintendo Switch , or anything like that. The overall physical design of the device is sleek and elegant, sticking to a sensible but somewhat safe black and grey colour palette.


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